Urgent need for international focus on drivers of extremist violence, UNDP says
09 February 2023 | 2:33 pm
We speak to Achim Steiner, the UNDP's administrator, about the urgent need for international focus on the drivers that lead to violent extremism. In Ghana, there are fears of a spillover in violence from Burkina Faso.
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